MATCH’s Fantasy Premier League Manager FPL_Evie gives her top transfer tips for Gameweek 12!

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EVIE SAYS: “Harry Kane’s selection is a fixture vs form dilemma! Kane has had a slow start to the season, only registering one goal and one assist over the first 11 GWs. However, following the England striker’s two hat-tricks over the international break, many FPL managers are looking to transfer in and even captain Harry Kane in GW12.

Spurs have a very favourable run of fixtures in the long term. Only two of their next ten opponents (Brighton & Liverpool) are above them in the league. This is an impressive set of fixtures considering Spurs currently sit 9th in the league!

Furthermore, Spurs’ next five GWs rank as the easiest set of fixtures for all teams in the PL. They face a struggling Leeds side who have only registered one clean sheet and conceded 18 goals this season!”


EVIE SAYS: “Trossard has been in great form this season, ranking as the highest scoring Brighton player, and top 20 players within the PL, with 51 points so far this season! The underlying stats show that Trossard, who has been playing out of position as a false 9 recently, has been Brighton’s key attacking threat this season.

Over the past five GWs, the Belgian has managed the joint-most shots (19) in the league. His attacking threat has been a constant throughout the entire season as the midfielder has taken the 5th most shots (31).

The Belgian has scored two goals in his last two games and was given penalty kick duty during their last against Newcastle which further adds to his potential attacking returns. Brighton’s next fixture is against Aston Villa. Whilst play may be different under Steven Gerrard, Villa have conceded the third most goals (20) this season, the most goals over the past five GWs (13) and have not kept a clean sheet in the last five games!”

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